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FāVS Religion News Roundup: Feb. 8

Learn about how Spokane Public Library will celebrate the Year of the Dragon, how you can help unhoused women during the seventh Mardi Bras fundraiser, how Idahoans think about abortion and library books in a new survey and how a new support center in Coeur d'Alene will help families in this week's religion news roundup.

Local Journalists to Dialogue about ‘The Changing Face of Journalism’ Thursday at Central Library

Journalism is changing. But how exactly is what the Spokane Public Library will be exploring Thursday, from 6:30-8 p.m., at their event “The Changing Face of Journalism: A Dialogue Across Generations.”

Upcoming Spokane Civics Salon Discusses ‘Why People Are Irrational about Politics’

Most people think of a salon as a place where one may get their hair cut. Not so with the Spokane Civics Salon. These monthly gatherings — hosted by the Spokane Public Library the last Sundays of each month — exist as a time where people get together and have meaningful conversations on the rights and responsibilities of American citizenship.

Native American Spirituality Discussed as part of Library’s Religions & Philosophies Series

On Saturday afternoon at the South Hill Spokane Public Library, Donell Barlow, author, health coach and member of the Ottawa tribe, shared her personal journey of healing from trauma by connecting to her culture and Native American spirituality.

Library’s Drag Queen Story Hour Draws Protest, Praise

Drag Queen Story Hour started about four years ago in San Francisco with drag queens reading to children and has since grown into a national event.

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